Photo courtesy of Opal Lee

Kimbell Art Museum and KERA’s Art & Seek will present Lifting Every Voice: Making Space for History and Healing in Fort Worth," a live State of the Arts discussion.

The discussion will explore ambitious plans for three new museums or cultural spaces in Fort Worth: the National Juneteenth Museum, the Fort Worth African American Museum, and Cultural Center and the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing.

Ms. Opal Lee, board member and honorary chair of the National Juneteenth Museum; Dione Sims, founding executive director of the National Juneteenth Museum; Dr. John Barnett, Jr., co-chair of the steering committee for the new Fort Worth African American Museum and Cultural Center; and Adam W. McKinney, founding board member and co-secretary of the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing, will join moderator Jerome Weeks, KERA’s senior arts reporter, in this discussion.

Kimbell Art Museum and KERA’s Art & Seek will present Lifting Every Voice: Making Space for History and Healing in Fort Worth," a live State of the Arts discussion.

The discussion will explore ambitious plans for three new museums or cultural spaces in Fort Worth: the National Juneteenth Museum, the Fort Worth African American Museum, and Cultural Center and the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing.

Ms. Opal Lee, board member and honorary chair of the National Juneteenth Museum; Dione Sims, founding executive director of the National Juneteenth Museum; Dr. John Barnett, Jr., co-chair of the steering committee for the new Fort Worth African American Museum and Cultural Center; and Adam W. McKinney, founding board member and co-secretary of the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing, will join moderator Jerome Weeks, KERA’s senior arts reporter, in this discussion.

Kimbell Art Museum and KERA’s Art & Seek will present Lifting Every Voice: Making Space for History and Healing in Fort Worth," a live State of the Arts discussion.

The discussion will explore ambitious plans for three new museums or cultural spaces in Fort Worth: the National Juneteenth Museum, the Fort Worth African American Museum, and Cultural Center and the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing.

Ms. Opal Lee, board member and honorary chair of the National Juneteenth Museum; Dione Sims, founding executive director of the National Juneteenth Museum; Dr. John Barnett, Jr., co-chair of the steering committee for the new Fort Worth African American Museum and Cultural Center; and Adam W. McKinney, founding board member and co-secretary of the Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing, will join moderator Jerome Weeks, KERA’s senior arts reporter, in this discussion.

WHEN

WHERE

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://kimbellart.org/event/state-arts-5?date=2022-04-29T18:00:00

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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